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wagnerite

[′väg·nə‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
Mg2(PO4)F A yellow, grayish, flash-red, or greenish, monoclinic mineral consisting of magnesium fluophosphate.
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George Bernard Shaw, The Perfect Wagnerite (New York: Dover, 1967), p.
Robert Wilson's new Met production (March 13) of Wagner's Lohengrin, with costumes by Frida Parmeggiani, may not be to everybody's taste, but for this imperfect Wagnerite, it was a real winner.
More recently, beginning with the centenary Ring (Boulez and Chereau, 1976) Wolfgang allowed politically-engaged theatre directors to demythologize the productions, to ever greater shock and dismay among traditional Wagnerites.
The exhibition Becoming Wagnerites embraces both an early performance history of Wagner's music in Australia, especially Melbourne, and some of the Australian musicians, primarily singers, in whose international careers the music of Richard Wagner resonated.
If screaming Wagnerites standing on chairs are in fact unthinkable today, it is partly because we mistrust high feeling.
One conclusion might be that such "chaste" Wagnerites misrecognized the sexual content of the composer's music, a possibility that yet again casts a curious light onto the supposed idealism of German musical aesthetics.
While some Wagnerites were outraged at her ridiculing of sacred art, others applauded her accuracy.
Perfect Wagnerites troubled by the short shrift accorded their composer of choice by the Los Angeles Opera -- a scant two productions in 14 years up until now -- will be set abuzz by prospects of better limes to come.
Next spring, New York's Metropolitan Opera plays host to Brfnnhilde and Company--and if that's not enough to satisfy the appetites of Wagnerites, there's always the Wagner summer shrine in Bayreuth, where the Ring is standard fare.
Detailed chapters tell us about the Decadents, about literary socialists, under Uranians, the Wilde trials,Whistler, the Wagnerites, the new drama, the struggle to find an acceptable Poet Laureate, and much more.
Those perfect Wagnerites who had been longing for a revival of the Michael Levine-designed Wagner Ring cycle that opened Toronto's Four Seasons Centre 10 years ago have had to settle for a three-part, Rheingold-less, music drama-by-music drama revisit, brought to a close with seven Feb.
It would have omitted much of the detail contained in the other sections--information that will be of great interest to Wagnerites and scholars of Baltic music--but the upside would have been a more focused, consistent, and cohesive narrative.